Finally, goodbye Winter! It was the first day of Spring, yesterday. Although, before I will start with fresh posts like: ‘Colour in interiors’, ‘Spring! Time for changes’, ‘New collections s/s 2016’, I would like to present you a rather cold and a bit raw interior, yet with no-nonsense.
To finish the Winter period I picked the house interior of the great chef behind NOMA, the restaurant in Copenhagen that has been awarded three times Best Restaurant of the World. Impressive! René Redzepi, the 38-year-old chef, has a beautiful house and like his restaurant the home is refined and designed with a subtle elegance. With its visible wooden structure, white interiors and the old, big chimney in the kitchen, it reminds me of mountain chalets. The wooden floors are made of oak wood, from Dinesen, specialized in a very high quality craftsmanship. The kitchen and bathroom closets are made of the same wood. I must say, the kitchen is a real masterpiece! The home’s interiors are furnished with beautiful finds from flea markets, gathered throughout the years.
Renovation in architecture is my favourite subject. It’s amazing how we can connect the old with the new, convert a space into something outstanding and brilliant. Create a new meaning. That’s my biggest dream and ambition to work on and realize such projects!
In today’s post I would like to present you a 120 m² condo located in Montreal on the ground floor of a 1887 triplex in the Plateau Mont-Royal. The Canadian designer Anne Sophie Goneau renovated it and designed beautiful minimalist apartment with exposed brick walls and a large bookshelf on show through the glazed facade.
I love to search for new and young offices that create very original interior design. I want to share them with you, the strong creativity they present.
Everything I show on my blog follows my motto directed to all of you: Good Design Makes a Difference (GDMD) :). I realized that people don’t know much about design and I would like to change it. Under this title I will present you beautiful objects, interesting architectural offices, design icons and their designers, and also many local designers, craftsmen and design stores. The ability to recognize the iconic items is extremely valuable, especially when it comes to interior design.
Finally weekend! 🙂 The polish city Łódź is on everyone’s lips in Poland this week, I believe abroad too! 🙂 Why is so? Because of the Łódź Design Festival that started on Thursday, but more about this in the next post. Today I would like to show you an amazing loft located in that city and designed all in white.
White interiors present bright and serene atmosphere. They are also a beautiful solution for overwhelming small spaces, tiny flats with small windows or flats with some architectural defects. In this outstanding interior, the white color perfectly highlights the original architectural details! The designers of the apartment, Agata Puławska and Sylwia Pogorzelska from OIKOI Studio, took the advantage of the very high interior (nearly 5m high) and designed a mezzanine. There they created a cozy bedroom with a small workspace area, that can still get daylight from the only two, but high windows.
I love Scandinavian design, especially the Swedish. Not long time ago I shared with you beautiful interiors shot by one of my favourite photographer Kristofer Johnsson, you can check out this post here. He works with many talented stylist, I love each and everyone of them and I admire their work very much.
Today I would like to show you another breathtaking interior design shot by Kristofer Johnsson! The great stylist Lotta Agaton created a very warm and serene atmosphere in this flat, designed for Folkhem. I love the connection of different kind of woods in this two-level apartment! The SPLIT dining table and COVER chairs from MUUTO look absolutely fantastic with a raw metal cabinet and a stool made of wood. And those wooden boxes for plants. Brilliant idea!
I like very much a modern and minimalist interior design. This beautiful flat in Gdansk in Poland offers an amazing modern and a bit raw interior.
Designed by the office RACA Architekci, the apartment presents a real character, style and personality. This simple design is incredibly interesting! We can see here that even when we paint our walls with a colour, in this flat were used cold colours from light shades of grey to black, we can still create a cozy interior.
This beautiful, just 59 m² flat features a modern touch in only black and white tones interacting with cross wooden beams and old brick walls. You are getting absolutely amazed by these simple yet sophisticated interiors. The mix between old and new creates a very calm and serene atmosphere. The old beams and the raw spiral staircase give charm and character to the place.
Recently, personally I like to search for interior inspirations of small living spaces. It is probably because I live in a small flat 🙂 . However, with a bit of work even a small space can have everything that’s needed at home. This inspiration I found yesterday and wanted to share.
I would like to invite you for a new and first post of Interior of the Day series. Postsentitled as such will meanmy favouriteinterior, the one thattotallyamazed me.
Here is a cute little flat I found on Alvhem Makleri, quite some time ago. It is so lovely that I wanted to share it with you! This small and bright apartment is in Gothenburg, Sweden. Check out this wooden floor and absolutely remarkable flooring in the kitchen! What an idea!